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@ROHITBHARGAVA IMPACT: THE REVIEW: The best career book since I Will Teach You To Be Rich!I am not in my 20s. In fact, I’m about to show 40 which I think uniquely qualifies me to write down one of these hopelessly sappy blog posts with advice to my twenty year old self. The only challenge is, I’m not exactly sure what words of significance I might share. I think I’d tell myself to hold an umbrella less often. Still reading career advice from supposedly a success people is a time venerated culture.

Unfortunately, that advice isn’t as useful as what you will see that in Lauren Berger’s wonderfully useful second book. I was lucky enough to cross paths with Lauren thanks to her usual blog and unofficial title as the “Internship Queen” and obtained an increase copy of this book. While I read the book presently greater than six months ago, I found myself returning to a few bookmarked passages this past week as I was making the general selections for the 2014 Influential Business Book Shortlist. This book deserved to make the cut. As I read back via it, I realized the rationale I found it so advantageous when I first read it and again this week .

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Lauren knows how to be useful. Some topics in her book, like how to prioritize tasks, may seem blindly apparent if you read them. Yet in the event you consider how often you actually forget or need concept to make better habits, the book moves simply from being obvious to being necessary. Aside from only attractive to 20 somethings, a big part of her approach in the book can help any supervisor also struggling to motivate younger personnel who seem more involved with their “work life balance” than truly operating hard. As Berger proves in her advice for this book, the foundations of achievement have not changed all that much.

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